Boarders Inn And Suites Ashland City
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Yesterday we had a long day, as we were having to do two days in one. We left New Orleans at 6 am, so an early start, and we drove pretty much straight through to Memphis and Graceland, across the whole of Mississippi, which was only note worthy for the gas station we stopped at. The lady serving said I had a pretty accent and asked where I was from, then she asked if we had the same faiths over there! Very odd! We stopped at Graceland for lunch, and then ...
... opening the proceedings at the Music City Centre. This building is only one year old and houses the AT&T U-Verse Fan Fair where there is an opportunity for fans to watch, listen & even meet their favourites. But you have to be prepared to queue.... Later we ventured out of the air conditioning to watch a couple of sets at the Belk Park Stage but it was soooo hot - 90 degrees F! Then it was back to the hotel to get ready for the Big Event - tonight's first concert in the LP ...
... as we both get ***** very quickly! In our slightly liquored state we ventured up and down Broadway checking out the shops, neon lights and listening to the gorgeous southern accent everywhere. I bought real cowboy boots because "when in Nashville..." Everywhere you go in this city there is music playing, mostly live, so the atmosphere is incredibly soul nourishing. We spent a couple of hours in the Johnny Cash Museum late afternoon. The museum was filled ...
... said: "I Just Want A Beer." Deanne threw a curve ball at 3 guys playing in The Tin Roof bar. She gave them two dollars and said, "Play something with three part harmony." They huddled up for a good old fashioned noodle scratching and eventually launched into The Band's "The Weight." Hmmm, okay, tick...just. It was possible these guys, who could definitely play, had never heard of Crosby, Stills & Nash. Even legendary Tootsies made me wince. Some poor tired dude singing ...
... by the end of the evening we were dancing and having good ol' time with the locals. The next day we drove to Lynchburg, the home of Jack Daniels. We took the tour of the distillery which was reinteresting and taught us so much about the process. The next day we drove to Asheville in North Carolina to start our journey on the Blue Ridge Parkway.